One of the Birmingham's most popular experiences is still riding high this season as they head into autumn with a new line-up of themed bakes to get involved with, and the chance to showcase your skills as the cream of the cake-making crop.
Top October Events in Birmingham
The weather may have started to turn a little troublesome and you're another month closer to the end of the year, but with so many amazing events happening, it's about time you turned that frown upside down. From chill-inducing Halloween antics, to raucous brunches and cosy daytime activities, check out our recommendations for the best events this October in Birmingham.
Looking to get the raucous dinner experience but don't want to push it too close to curfew? Then you might need to start earlier. This season, we're making lunch the new dinner, and these fun and friendly restaurants across the city are just some of the best spots to grab a boozy midday meal.
Thought the year couldn't get any scarier? Think again. These excellent Birmingham Halloween parties are bringing you the good kind of chills with everything from themed brunches to spooky quizzing and good, old-fashioned drinking.
One of the best bottomless brunches in Birmingham, Flight Club's weekly offering is throwing out food, fun and, you know, darts. Head down to their neat venue and get stuck into pizza paddles, free-flowing fizz and loads of oche-based action.
If the rumours are to be believed, this gorgeous Jewellery Quarter pub will be opening up its beloved theatre space once again for an autumn and winter season of fun and creative plays. Until then though? Book in for cosy pints and delicious food in their bar and dining area.
'Tis the season for cuddling up with a nice pint, and these gorgeous boozers are just the place to do it. Head down to one of these cosy Birmingham pubs for the chance to snuggle in with great craft ales and warming grub this autumn.
Gearing up for Halloween in the most fabulous fashion? It's time dust off your corsets and paint the town sequin as this Rocky Horror brunch takes over The Clifden for a fun afternoon of scene re-enactments, quizzes, games and much, much more.
Shake up your October agenda with Jerk Festival; the foodie favourite that's cooking up Caribbean food and serving rum cocktails and Guinness punch. With DJ's from Brunch'n and Hip Hop, R&B Brunch and Tropical Munch alongside music from The Reggae Soundsytem, this is one for your diary.